Vegas has become one of the world’s greatest dining cities, home to more acclaimed celebrity chefs and Michelin-Star winners than any place else in the U.S. With a wide variety of cuisines from all over the world, it’s hard to attempt a 10-best type list for Vegas restaurants. However, here are 10 of Vegas Girls Night Out’s favorite restaurants to visit.
Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan
Are you looking for a buffet with a unique carving station? Then Wicked Spoon is the place for you. This upscale Vegas buffet ushered in a new era of dining by ditching the giant bowls of salad and cocktail shrimp for individually plated tapas-style servings. Much of the food is made to order, and the enormous dessert array includes a staffed gelato bar with over a dozen flavors.
Carmines at Caesars Palace inside the Forum Shops
Carmine’s is one of New York’s legendary family-style Italian eateries. Eating here is designed to remind you of eating Sunday dinner at grandma’s house or feasting at a big Italian wedding. It’s a great place for large groups who are ready to eat.
Tacos & Tequila at the Luxor
Tacos & Tequila or T&T as locals call it, is a tasty Mexican restaurant inside the Luxor. T&T embodies the cool modernism of the ‘new’ Mexico City as well as incorporating traditional elements of Mexican style and high-end Las Vegas panache. If you’re on a budget, this is also a great place to stop. The bar area has a happy hour Monday – Friday from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. with $5 food and drink specials. The bar has an extensive selection of tequila as well as some amazing margaritas and daiquiris.
Le Thai in Downtown
Le Thai is a local’s hot spot, winning fans with their flavorful interpretations of Thai classics, plus some innovative specialties. We recommend the “Awesome Noodles,” short rib, fried rice and three color curry. The best part this place is reasonably priced, so you can fest & stay in your budget.
Social House at Crystals in CityCenter
Want to get a taste of the cool Vegas scene? Then immerse yourself in a Zen-like atmosphere the hip venue Social House. This innovative sushi and Asian fusion restaurant is frequented by trendsetters who like to indulge in the excellent sake selections. Happy hour runs from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Nobu inside Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace
Another hot spot to check out is Nobu Matsuhia’s Nobu a eponymous empire of Peruvian Japanese fusion. It is the largest in the world and has things unique to Vegas, such as a lengthy sake menu, Teppanyakitables, and breakfast for hotel guests. If you’ve been to LA’s Nobu, you’ll love Vegas’s version better.
Buca di Beppo inside Excalibur
Buca di Beppo inside Excalibur, dishes out some extra large portions making it place a great value for bachelorette parties. Its menu was inspired by classic Italian dishes are sure to satisfy even your deepest cravings. So make sure to come hungry!
Pampas Brazilian Grille inside the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood
If you love meat, Pampas Brazilian Grille is the place for you. Pampas is a Churrascaria, which is a place where meat is cooked Churrasco-style. Sizzling skewers are brought to your table in a seemingly endless parade of food. It delivers a “true taste of Brazil” with a dynamic experience you won’t forget.
BLT Burger inside the Mirage
If burgers are more your style, make sure to stop at BLT Burger inside the Mirage. The delicious soft buns and 100% Angus Beef with a wide variety of toppings will have your mouth watering. Not to mention the sell adult milk shakes! That’s right you can have your favorite Oreo shake with a shot of vodka.
Market Street Café inside the California Hotel & Casino
It’s hard to find good Hawaiian food outside of Hawaii, but this 24-hour coffee shop in old Downtown Vegas serves up generous portions of delicious Hawaiian comfort foods at ridiculously low prices. Revolving specials include the signature oxtail stew, chicken long rice and Kalua pig in cabbage just to name a few. Daily mainstays are also local favorites with island curry stew pot and Chinese-style fried chicken, all at bargain prices.
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